I need the help of a wood guru, or furniture person.
Would one find a long thin application of this graining on a narrow door panel? All I have ever seen have been larger surfaces, and larger graining patterns-no small ones.
I am woodgraining a couple of doors that have long, rather narrow raised panels in the center. The client wants the crotch graining on the panels, but it just doesn't look right to me...too skinny or something! Am I trying to do something that wouldn't be found in a real wood situation?
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